PM will now be forced out: Bilawal Bhutto

Islamabad: Pakistan peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Sunday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had failed to resign by the deadline set by the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), adding the joint opposition must now force the removal of the rulers.

The PPP chairman in a series of tweets said that PDM had given the regime the opportunity to step aside respectfully and allow for a transition to democracy with free, fair and transparent elections.

He said that the people are facing historic, poverty, unemployment and inflation because this government was forced on them. The joint opposition must now force the removal of puppets.

Bilawal said that PPP believed in relying on democratic tactics. Sustained joint efforts inside and outside parliament will ultimately succeed.

He said, establishment must leave political battles to the politicians now or risk being drawn into controversies. Only a government chosen by the people can deliver for the people, he added.

The PPP chairman said that Long March and no confidence will hopefully be discussed in our PDM meeting.

He said that government’s desperation is clear after they are trying to change rules to rig senate elections because they can see their defeat. He said that senate elections will show that government was on shaky ground.